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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 3, Issue 6, Dec 1832
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  • Memoir of the Public Life and Services of Mr. Justice Story, 433-448.
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  • Sonnet, 448-449.
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  • Our Village Pastor, 449-454.
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  • Coplas De Don Jorge Manrique. Translated from the Spanish, 454-458.
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  • The Mad-House. From the German of Engel, 458-462.
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  • A Sketch of Indian Character, 462-471.
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  • Life and Times of Deacon Christopher Barrenpate, 471-474.
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  • To a Village Warrior, 474-475.
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  • Dramatic Reminiscences. No. VI., 475-480.
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  • Dirge, 480-481.
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  • The Course of Time. An Allegory, 481-485.
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  • On the Phraseology of the Americans, 485-487.
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  • Thanksgiving. A Dream in the Day Time, 487-491.
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  • Selections from the Papers of an Idler. No. V. Thoughts on Conversation, 491-497.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 497-503.
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  • Dermot Mac Morrogh, or the Conquest of Ireland; an Historical Tale of the Twelfth Century. By John Quincy Adams, 503-507.
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  • A History of the American Theatre. By William Dunlap, 507-510.
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  • Indian Biography; or, a Historical account of those individuals who have been distinguished among the North American Natives, as Orators, Warriors, Statesmen, and other remarkable characters. By B. B. Thacher, 510.
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  • Advice in the Pursuits of Literature, containing historical, biographical, and critical Remarks, by Samuel L. Knapp, 510-511.
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  • Tales of Glauber-Spa. By several American Authors, 511-512.
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  • An Address delivered at the Dedication of Dane Law College. By Josiah Quincy, LL. D., 512-513.
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  • The Grammatical Instructor, by Samuel Instructer, 513.
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  • An Address delivered before the Union Literary Society of Miami University. By Timothy Walker, A. M., 513-515.
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  • Seventh Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Prison Discipline Society, 515-517.
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  • The American Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for the year 1833, 517.
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  • Deaths, and Obituary Notices of Persons Lately Deceased, 517-520.
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